Our forum members are always full of optimism whenever Vogue Italia is due and with no hints whatsoever as to who is about to grace the cover, it’s nice to be surprised. The magazine has released its January 2015 cover, which features Hollie-May Saker. We couldn’t be happier to see the British newcomer, shot by Steven Meisel, for the much-coveted spot. Styled by Karl Templer showcasing a glitter tweed jacket worn with a silk white shirt and contrasting tie from Chanel, Hollie gazes down Meisel’s lens with a face full of makeup applied by Pat McGrath.
The majority of our forum members are full of praise. “Simply Stunning. Glad for Hollie for the debut Vogue cover,” shared kewkaw.
“She looks stunning, wow. I’d never expect such a cover from her. But she looks really beautiful and captivating,” added a pleasantly surprised KateTheGreatest.
“Beautiful cover. Was never really a fan of her but this image alone definitely made me one!” wrote an impressed Style Savvy.
Also full of appreciation was MON: “I love this!! Thank God it wasn’t some lazy studio shot with creative fonts! Beautiful.”
LastNight shared a positive attitude and raved, “This is beautiful. It’s simple but there is something about it that is really captivating, I like it a lot. I haven’t bought Vogue Italia in a while but if the inside story is just as lovely, I think I’ll have to get it.”
But not everyone was so overly enthusiastic. “Not impressed, forgettable,” described Nymphaea.
“Are you kidding me? This looks awful. I could have made something better on MS Paint,” slammed marsnoop2.
Check out the accompanying behind-the-scenes video and share your opinion with us here.